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    TST, fT3, fT4, PSA, CEA

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    Abbreviations from an endocrinology report
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    Any assitance with the equivalent English abbreviations much appreciated
    VerfasserSusieInBali06 Okt. 10, 16:03
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    All I know is PSA - protein-specific antigen. It's a test for prostate cancer.
    #1Verfasser Bill (US) (236753) 06 Okt. 10, 16:09
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    TST = Thiosulfate sulfurtransferase
    fT3 = free Triiodothyronine
    fT4 = free Thyroxine
    PSA = Prostate-specific antigen
    CEA = Carcinoembryonic antigen
    #2VerfasserTanteWiki06 Okt. 10, 16:10
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    Tetrasilver Tetroxide Test könnte TST sein, kommt auch aus dem Bereich AIDS/Krebsbekämpfung?? aber ich hab das nur ergoogelt und bin kein Fachmann. Insofern nur ein kleiner Tipp.

    #3Verfassersleipnir06 Okt. 10, 16:16
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    Normalerweise würde zur Bestimmung von T3 und T4 TSH passen, thyroid stimulating hormone. Die beiden anderen Vorschläge erscheinen mir exotisch
    #4Verfasser Miss Take (399408) 06 Okt. 10, 16:24
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    The Parks-Bielschowsky three-step test (TST) can incorrectly indicate that a superior oblique muscle is paretic in patients with restrictive strabismus. Although this pitfall in diagnosis has been widely reported, no large studies have examined the incidence of a positive TST in patients with Graves disease.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19145130

    at least slightly related to hyperthyroidism...
    But obviously it has to do with eye muscle function in Graves´ ophtalmopathy rather than endocrinology lab tests.

    Thought of "TSH-Test" too (cf. Miss Take´s #4), could´t find a reliable source, though...
    #5Verfasser blaugast (635917) 06 Okt. 10, 19:36
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    TST = testosterone = TST
    TSH = thyroid stimulating hormone = TSH
    fT3 = free T3 = FT3
    ft4 = free T4 = FT4
    PSA = prostate-specific antigen (sorry, Bill, not protein) = PSA
    CEA = carcinoembryonic antigen = CEA

    you need to check whether this is a typo for TSH (thyroid function) which would be logical preceding free T3/T4 or whether it really does refer to testosterone ... (IMHO #2, #3 and #5 for TST are off-beam, here)

    What are the results/reference range?
    #6Verfasser Marianne (BE) (237471) 06 Okt. 10, 20:43
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    "TST = testosterone = TST"

    Oh boy, a perfect example of not seeing the wood for the trees...
    #7Verfasser blaugast (635917) 09 Okt. 10, 19:53
     
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